More than 1,000 tonnes of aid from France is already in the Romanian city of Suceava, the cargo is transferred to Ukraine.
“We received fire rescue vehicles, ambulances that allow us to carry out examinations in the field, medical equipment, equipment for rescuers, and food products,” Deputy Head of the President’s Office Kyrylo Tymoshenko posted on Telegram.
In addition, Ukraine received pontoon bridges over 200 meters long. “This will allow us to restore civilian infrastructure, establish links and transportation, in particular in the de-occupied territories,” Tymoshenko added.
The Deputy Head of the President’s Office thanked the French and Romanian friends for their help and support.